Presented By: Brett Harrison, Church of Christ, Tanzania
Event: ECHO East Africa 4th Biennial Symposium on Sustainable Agriculture Best Practices (09 កុម្ភៈ 2017)
Worldview is our set of assumptions about how the world functions, and serves to guide our decision-making processes. This session addresses challenges which arise when cultures mix and focuses on the integration of a Biblical worldview into our agriculture work as a solution. Our worldview and culture guide our decision-making processes and how our different cultures can better understand one another when working together. Adding a Biblical worldview to the mix of our agriculture work will help us to understand one another better, and to improve our work with rural farmers as well.
Presenter : Brett Harrison lives with his wife and three children, have worked in agriculture development in Geita, NW Tanzania for eight years on behalf of Christ Church. He holds a bachelor and masters degree in Bible and theology, and is currently pursuing a masters in agronomy and soils at Auburn University. His thesis research focuses on nitrogen-fixing legumes for use in improved fallows in Lake Zone and is done in partnership with IITA and N2Africa.